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Artisanat à coudre pour vous

Artisanat à coudre pour vous
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Liens vers des modèles et patrons gratuits en français : de tricot, crochet, couture et laines en ligne Liste non exhaustive de liens utiles : ma page pense bête Des traductions et des créations et ICI chez le canadien qui tricote et Drop printemps été Knit spirit un blog de tutos de modèles en français et aussi pour homme femme et enfants : Make It and Love It immi-modèle fait Sewing Circle Shirt Tutorial---also known as the project that took three tries, nearly made me throw my serger out the window, led to the discovery of water soluble stabilizer, and had me so frustrated I wanted to scream. I saw a great circle shirt tutorial on Pinterest and thought I’d give it a try. It looked so easy. So I found some pretty floral sheer fabric on the cheap rack at WalMart and thought it would be so pretty and flowy. I brought it home and fed it through my serger, only to hear something snap. So I gave up and bought a jersey knit fabric from WalMart for $2/yd. Want to try the circle shirt? Here is the tutorial: Materials: - 1 yard 60” wide jersey knit or other knit fabric that does not fray. Step 1: Fold the fabric in half and square up the edges so that all the corners are 90 degree angles. Step 2: Round off the two bottom edges. Step 3: Cut a neck hole. You can get creative here and cut any shape neck you want…a boat neck would be cute or something big and gaping.

Chemise blanche d'été - Magazine Avantages 10 63 138 Taille 38 Coût : 38 € environ ■ 1,50 m de voile de coton en 1,50 m de large ■ 3 m de dentelle entredeux en 4,5 cm de large ■ 12 boutons de ø 1 cm ■ Dessinez le patron d'après les cotes des schémas ci-dessous. ■ Dans le tissu, coupez 2 devants, 1 dos « au pli », 2 manches et 1 col en ajoutant 1 cm de couture partout et 2 cm d'ourlet. Rentrez et repassez un double rentré de 2,5 cm sur les bords devant. Piquez les épaules et les côtés. Repliez les pattes de boutonnage sur l'endroit des devants et piquez horizontalement l'encolure depuis la pliure jusqu'au milieu devant et sur la ligne d'ourlet (2 cm du bas). Les poignets : assemblez 2 bandes de dentelle avec un petit zigzag (28/29/30 x 9 cm fini). Coupez 2 bandes de tissu de 3 x 28 cm. Fermez les manches. Conseils ■ Si votre voile de coton est très fin, doublez le col (coupez 2 morceaux). ■ Découpez les devants en fonction de la largeur de la dentelle. ■ Pour faire des poignets en tissu, coupez 2 rectangles de 20 x 28/29/30 cm.

Google La jupe shirt | Coudre Like My Mom July 28, 2010 I’m so excited to post about this! When I met Dana, I fell in love with the skirt she was wearing. She made it herself (obviously) and she showed us how simply she’d shirred the waistband. The next day, during the mystery workshop at Whipstitch, we were encouraged to use thrifted tees. I’m devastatingly terrified of knits so I steered clear and made my (award winning) cotton fabric dress. I developed an idea in my head I thought just might be crazy enough to work. The Hubs thought I was a little crazy when I explained my idea to him. It’s the easiest thing in the world to do! The shirt skirt perfect for summertime. I wore the green and white one to Sofie’s birthday party. I had 2 women in Walmart stop me to tell me how comfy my skirt looked and when I told them how I made it, they demanded I call Rachael Ray immediately! The process is so easy. I do my shopping at Goodwill for 1 reason. So, get your super cheap thrifted shirt. Now, I break a rule of shirring. And that’s it!

Couture This week I tackled a sewing project that truly scared me. A kind friend who is done having kids gave me her new-ish infant car seat. I am so glad I didn't have to buy one, but the old one was a little boyish: And a little boring. But obviously I did it, because I'm posting about it. *SQUEAL*!! If you are thinking about recovering a car seat, I would say go for it... as long as you are a fearless seamstress. Reading Ashley's tutorial at Make It and Love It helped me get the main idea of what I needed to do. So you start by taking pictures and labeling everything. Be sure to get photos of all the tricky little areas where things come together or there are special sewing difficulties. Then you pick the entire thing apart. Then you use each of the pieces as a pattern to cut out new fabric. After you have all your pieces cut out, it's time to sew! That stinkin' center panel was the hardest thing to sew. Did it turn out perfectly? I still think it's pretty dang cute.

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